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H&H Collection launches new site

April 5, 2013

H&H Collection directly imports and supplies designer feature lighting to interior designers and architects throughout Australia, and have recently launched a new website for the A&D market.

H&H Collection directly imports and supplies designer feature lighting to interior designers and architects throughout Australia. The range is suitable for commercial, hospitality, institutional and residential applications for both indoor and outdoor use. Most notable is Hive lighting which is run by the creative direction of Kenneth Cobonpue and has found its niche by garnering most form or material inspiration from nature and fusing it with a deep respect for handmade production techniques. Incorporating efficient and environmentally friendly technology such as LED it provides timeless and beautiful illumination solutions.

H&H have had a very close relationship with Kenneth Cobonpue for over nine years now enabling close communication with Hive production teams and designers. This unique friendship opens great opportunities to customise designs and bring unique projects to life.

If you are an architect, designer or specify lighting, register on the H&H Collection website for instant and convenient access to trade pricing.

Pictured above in order of appearance is the Anemone by Olivia D’Aboville, Paperwork Chandelier by Harry Allen, the Poppy by Christy Manguerra, the CuCme by Kenneth Cobonpue and the Outdoor Bud by Australian designer Brad Stebbing. These are just a snapshot of some of the stunning designs available from Hive through H&H Collection.

H&H Collection is a trade and wholesale division of Hermon and Hermon.

hhcollection.com.au

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